Fueled by an angst and ready to unleash on the world is Wallace in the new music video for “Keeping Composure.” It opens with an acoustic guitar but soon switches the distortion on with a sonically punk aesthetic. This honest work of a tune is a great way to kick off into the weekend. Take a listen and view below!
“‘Keeping Composure’ is about the struggles that come with change. It’s about growing apart from people you love. This song was written while I navigated the early stages of relative sobriety and my relationships during that time. This video is self produced and was filmed by our friends, Zander Gawn and Noah Wise. The song was recorded, mixed and mastered by Jon Sambrick at Thornwall studios. Hannah, Adam and I are so excited to share our work with you and hope that it rocks your socks off.” – Wallace Gerdy
Wallace’s lyrical inspiration comes from the great storytellers, her voice from Janis Joplin, and her distortion comes at you from all angles. Wallace’s music deals with drug addiction, love, and life in a way that serves as both an emotional coping mechanism and communicative tool. Backed by Hannah Pugh (bass) and Adam Figurelle (drums), Wallace is a full fledged rock n’ roll force to be reckoned with. Their debut singles “Sunny Monday” and “Keeping Composure” will be followed by a full-length album in September.
Photo by Katie Mauer